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This video was on the local news here in Cleveland, and could be a great 'discovery' for the world.

I don't know how energy efficient this process is, but even if it could be used as a 'net-positive' energy source I'm pessimistic that we'll ever see it. Big oil will pay him off, then destroy him and any evidence that this ever existed.

However, aside from an energy source I don't see why this process couldn't be used for desalination. It could be far cheaper than reverse osmosis which could reward major $investment potential$. Unless the RF requires a million killowatts this could easily be powered by a nuclear power plant and be used to clean & de-salinize the oceans.

Unfortunately, I can't find anything else on this guy.



Next Post: Oil Shale - The most abundant energy source in the U.S.

 

....to be continued

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